Donna Marie Wulff

Donna M. Wulff is Professor Emerita of Religious Studies, Brown University, where she founded and directed the South Asian Concentration Program. Her publications include Drama as a Mode of Religious Realization—a book on the Sanskrit plays of Rupa Gosvami—as well as articles on Sanskrit aesthetic theory, the religious significance of sound and music in India, and Hindu nationalism. She is working on a book-length study of a modern Bengali form of religious performance, padavali kirtan. She was the co-editor, with John Stratton Hawley, of The Divine Consort: Radha and the Goddesses of India.

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